Our new campaign In Sight In Mind, with the Royal college of Psychiatrists, aims to end inappropriate out of area rehabilitation placements in services and is calling for investment in local services instead.
Mental health rehabilitation services - not to be confused with drug or alcohol rehab - are for people with the most long-term and enduring mental health conditions.
Many rehabilitation patients are sent for treatment outside the area where they live, making it harder to keep in touch with friends and family and weakening the link with their community services, which often results in people staying in hospital for longer.
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